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But by the grace of God, I am what I am: and his grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain, but I laboured more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me.
How do we define grace? The Student Bible Dictionary (P106) defines grace as the favor (Genesis 6:8); God's free and undeserved love that never quits (Ephesians 2:8). God's grace comes as His free gift that is known as eternal life through Jesus Christ's atoning work on Calvary's cross (Romans 6:23).
Being that we now have an understanding of what grace is, all believers have a personal understanding of grace being God's love, grace and mercy because justice was demanded, but mercy in the form of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior took the place of justice. In addition, we understand that it is by God's grace we are who we are and where we are. Without God's grace, we would still be lost in a world of sin and shame with no hope of eternal life after this earthly tabernacle is over.
We can thank God daily for His favor. It is Him who wakes us daily; provides for all our needs. When we need a healing; He heals; when we need deliverance; He delivers. As the saying goes, "whatever we need God got it." Yes, I am a child of God because of His grace. We thank God for His grace.
God's grace enfolds because of His agape love.
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